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HA 2/30 PTSD and first-responder mental health

Stefanie Davis-Miller Listen to Dr. Christine and Stefanie Davis Miller, a paramedic and advocate for first-responder mental health, talk about PTSD. Listen to her story, how to know if you may have PTSD, what should be done and what can be done. Contact her on her website: https://www.stefaniespeaks.com/ Source: Youtube

TRY NOT TO LAUGH (CS:GO)

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FOT – Recognizing PTSD, Mental Health in EMS, mental health benefits of essential oils & terpenes

Flight of Thoughts, Episode 14 of the podcast features Derek Davis, an Advanced Care Paramedic who is hitting 15 years of experience in EMS. He takes us through several topics that all connect to mental & physical health and wellness. Derek elaborates on the struggles he has faced as a paramedic and his journey to… Read More »

Why We Don’t Ask For Help with PTSD

I have seen it over and over. And I go through it every day. But there is a reason that people with PTSD don’t reach out for help when they are in crisis. So I put this video together in hopes that it will help everyone understand what they or their loved ones are going… Read More »

Understanding and Helping PTSD

We are still learning every day about what Post Traumatic Stress is and what we can do to help those that suffer. After years of dealing with PTSD, and a TON of trial and error with myself, as well as relentless study and drive to help others. I have learned quite a bit. Not just… Read More »

Flight of Thoughts – Analysis of addiction, PTSD, pediatric epilepsy in The Shining (Video)

*SPOILER ALERTS* This is a special segment of Flight of Thoughts that analyzes classic movies to explore themes that are related to mental health, trauma, psychedelics, and other surreal themes that may have been missed by audiences. This time we look at Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining”. I am joined by my good friend Chris Kinsella,… Read More »

Art as therapy: Valor Recovery Program hosts first exhibit of art by PTSD patients

The paintings, carvings, and drawings on display in Parkville, Missouri Friday night are milestones on the path of military members and first responders fighting PTSD. The Valor Program is an intense, 28-day, in-patient recovery program. To give patients a slight reprieve, artist Jill Kernodle leads art therapy sessions. She uses paintings and other artistic mediums to… Read More »

Verdun- Shell Shock

FOR ALL THE PEOPLE POSTING REPETITIVE COMMENTS: “A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.” (Bob Dylan). I don’t agree with censorship and I will always support freedom of speech and expression. Some people have asked me why I don’t delete the entire video because it’s being “tarnished” by puerile… Read More »

Overnight – Murder By Moonlight – Real Talk

A first person murder mystery about a protagonist suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, I’m not all that familiar with the illness, so some outside input would be amazing. Subscribe For More! – https://goo.gl/sNg8GV Play It Yourself: https://breakneckstudios.itch.io/overnight Join Us On Discord: https://discord.gg/KhSEKaZ Join Me On Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoalFire_ Support The Channel: https://www.patreon.com/CoalFire CoalFire’s Most Popular:… Read More »

#26 – Michael Cotts | Mission Before Man

Canadian Forces Sargent Major Michael Cotts enlisted at the age of 17. He served overseas six times, in Kuwait, Somalia, Bosnia, and Afghanistan as a master warrant officer and combat engineer. After 25 years of service Michael received a medical discharge in 2012 for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. After returning home Michael has ventured through dark times… Read More »